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's interesting, mcconnell wanted biden. it's interesting. and i think -- >> we could, of course, speculate why that might be. >> right, right, but he was able to sit down and work it out. the fact is that i think when you got a team player like joe, and he's extremely loyal to the president, i think that's a tremendous asset. and, yes, he did play a tremendous role after the first debate, during the election, and there's some things, martin, the president cannot say because they'll say he's just saying that because he's just bragging or whatever, but for biden to go in there and talk about it, it's a whole other thing. >> there's also the suggestion that biden is a counter balance to this president. the president is cerebral, strategic, generally sees the overall picture, whereas the vice president is engaging, tactile, and much more on the front foot. is that a fair analysis? >> i think that's a fair analysis. but you know what? in the end, they're still on the same page, which is the thing i like. when i hear joe biden and every single time i have heard him, he has made it very clear that th
annoying residue. that's why there's new pam. >>> from macho man biden and the republican renewal to 60 shades of gray. here are today's "top lines." >> you thought barack upset conservatives with his inaugural address? >> he's not looking to moderate. he's be looking to go farther to the left. >> wait until i take the mike and let the gop have it. macho man rodney savage style. >> we have to expand our appeal. >> what are you going to do with macho man joe biden? >> renew our party, grow our ranks, and win elections. >> look at the last election. we are losing dramatically the hispanic vote, which we think should be ours. >> we can't get rattled. we won't play the villain in his morality plays. >> we can't go on forever with 11 million people living in this country in the shadows in an illegal status. >> anti-government ideologues. >> sometimes we will have to reject the president's proposals. >> that if you do not believe in government then you will not vote for most things that come up, and they haven't. >> speaking of change, what's up with michelle's bangs? her bangs! what is she,
president obama, vice president biden to hit the road now that the inauguration is over and to go out and really try to sell their proposals that they unveiled several days ago to crack down on gun violence, including stiffer gun legislation, but also better access to mental health services. as you know, martin, this continues to be a very divisive issue in this nation. polls right now show that president obama has the majority of people on his side, but when it comes to some of the laws that he is hoping to get passed through congress, there's still a lot of opposition, including the reinstatement of the ban of assault weapons. so we do expect though president obama and the vice president to leave d.c., leave the white house and start to press for those measures. >> on a slightly lighter note, kristin, before today's news broke about the shooting, the president and first lady dropped in on a white house tour, i believe, and surprised some of the folks who volunteered for his campaign. >> that's right. they did. this is something they also did back in 2009, gives the first couple a ch
. it put it back on the senate's shoulders. biden is talking about magazines. the question continues to be posed do we really need 30 bullets? i understand the question and i understand the political ramifications of the question, but my point is do we need a car to go 100 miles an hour? the speed limit is only 70. i don't think the government needs to be legislating necessarily the things we need and don't need. >> that's a slightly strange analogy because i can't recall a car being used in the way that guns are to murder people in movie theaters, in schools. that's an unfair and unreasonable analogy, isn't it? >> that's true, but, look, cars kill more people a year than guns and i'll make it better for you, martin. i don't necessarily know that you need to go to barney's to buy another suit but i don't think the government should tell you you shouldn't buy one. the point is -- >> again, hogan, i don't understand because me buying a suit doesn't actually result in the murder of 20 children in an elementary school. >> no, it doesn't, i agree with you 100%. but my point is the governm
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